Tshwane University of Technology TUT Quantity Surveying Requirements
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A National Diploma: Building or an equivalent NQF Level 6 (old NQF and new HEQF) qualification obtained from an accredited South African university.
Holders of any other equivalent South African or international qualifications may also be
considered, but will have to apply at least six months in advance for the recognition of such
qualifications. Candidates will be required to submit an evaluation of their qualifications by the
South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) with their application forms for admission. The
University and/or Faculty reserves the right to assess these qualifications and the applicant’s
suitability and/or competence for admission to the programme. Depending on the nature of
such an equivalent qualification, the completion of certain additional subjects may be required.
Proof of English proficiency may be required.
To be considered for the qualification candidates must have:
– A minimum NDAPS score of 1 200 (table available at the Department).
– A final mark of 60% or more for Quantity Surveying III, Construction Technology III and
Price Analysis and Estimating III (three final-year modules of the Diploma).
– For each time any of these modules were failed, a 10% will be deducted.
All applications received by the published due dates (as indicated on page 3) will be ranked
according to the NDAPS scores achieved. After consideration of the Departmental Student
Enrolment Plan (SEP), only the highest ranked candidates will be accepted to fill the available
places. A waiting list consisting of the remainder of the candidates will provide an opportunity
for candidates to fill places created by accepted students failing to meet the enrolment dates.
b. Minimum duration:
Evening or block-mode classes.
d. Intake for this qualification:
January and July.
e. Exclusion and readmission:
See Chapter 2 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
f. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), equivalence and status:
See Chapter 30 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
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g. Accreditation by professional body:
This qualification has been accredited by the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying
Profession (SACQSP) and the South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP).
h. Subject credits:
Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject.
Key to asterisks:
* Information does not correspond to information in Report 151.
(Deviations approved by the Senate in August 2005.)